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Apartment in Dorset
Fabulous Villa in Lyme Regis with Sea Views
Kick back and relax in this calm, stylish accommodation. Enter through the front door into the open plan spacious, contemporary kitchen, dining and living area. The Kitchen is extremely well equipped and includes Nespresso coffee machine and Dualit appliances. The notably large bedroom has an en-suite wet room and French doors opening onto a veranda and garden with stunning views of the sea and coast. The garden has furniture to relax in whilst enjoying the views. 15 mins walk to beach/town
1–8 Jan, Individual Host
£124 per night
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Home in Lyme Regis
Grand Cosy Stay by the Seaside in Lyme Regis
‘Waterside’ sits on the River Lym, originally built in the 1800’s, inspired by France in the busy port trading days of Lyme Regis. This well photographed house commands its place along this notable stretch of water. Completely and beautifully renovated in early 2021. Enjoy views from the middle and top floor overlooking the 17th century Gosling Bridge and the ‘Lynch’ where the waterway divides to service the town mill. 4-minute walk to the beach, artisan shops & high street.
18–25 Dec, Professional Host
£244 per night
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Cottage in Devon
Little Roost at Uplyme: Luxury self-catering
Self-catering, luxury cottage one mile from Lyme Regis. Riverside walk to town & beach or 5 mins drive. Private carport parking, EV charger, roof garden. BT WIFI and NETFLIX. Village pub Talbot Arms 10 min walk. Open all year. Short breaks until end MAY 2024. (see calendar) WEEKLY BOOKINGS ONLY summer 2024 with SATURDAY change over. Converted stables, stone walls, oak beams, well-equipped kitchen cosy interior . King size double bed. Laptop friendly table .
19–26 Nov, Individual Host
£127 per night

Popular amenities for Lyme Regis holiday rentals

Stay near Lyme Regis's top sights

Lyme Regis Beach81 locals recommend
The Cobb69 locals recommend
Cobb Arms3 locals recommend
Pilot Boat24 locals recommend
Dinosaurland Fossil Museum19 locals recommend
Harbour Inn Lyme Regis44 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Lyme Regis

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Flat in Lyme Regis
Blue Horizons seaside flat in town centre
10–17 Jan, Individual Host
£175 per night
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Home in Uplyme
Luxurious hideaway near Lyme Regis
13–20 Nov, Individual Host
£216 per night
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Townhouse in Lyme Regis
Period Townhouse (sea views from garden decking)
28 Sept – 5 Oct, Individual Host
£268 per night
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Home in Dorset
Tranquil Townhouse with Parking,minutes from Beach
15–22 Nov, Individual Host
£187 per night
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Home in Lyme Regis
Coastal Hideaway-Big Deck,BBQ, Sauna, Dog Friendly
1–8 Nov, Individual Host
£108 per night
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Cottage in Dorset
Cosy “Old Town” Cottage, Lyme Regis
8–15 Oct, Professional Host
£153 per night
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Cabin in NORTH Chideock
Log Cabin/Hot Tub on Private Lake Jurassic Coast
19–26 Jul, Professional Host
£248 per night
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Cabin in Lyme Regis
Studio with lovely sea view
11–18 Apr
£107 per night
Superhost
Home in Lyme Regis, Dorset
SunRay:Lyme Regis with parking and sea views
9–16 Jul, Individual Host
£388 per night
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Cottage in Morcombelake
Romantic hillside hideaway with outstanding views
4–11 Nov, Individual Host
£222 per night
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Chalet in Dorset
Chalet 31 Monmouth Beach Lyme Regis
13–20 Feb, Individual Host
£142 per night
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Guest house in Dorset
34 Monmouth Beach
27 Jan – 3 Feb, Individual Host
£115 per night

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Lyme Regis

Total rentals

430 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

70 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

160 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

300 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

19K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

£39 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Lyme Regis

All About Lyme Regis

Situated on the emblematic Dorset coast along the English Channel, the ancient town of Lyme Regis is renowned for its towering white cliffs and sand and shingle beaches. In 1811, a 12-year-old girl discovered the world’s first complete ichthyosaur skeleton on the rocky shores of the bay, and fossil hunting has been a popular pastime here ever since. Pay a visit to the free Lyme Regis Museum to learn about the life of the town’s famous paleontologists and get a sense of what the world was like millions of years ago. If you get bitten by the fossil bug, Dinosaurland Fossil Museum has tens of thousands of specimens to explore, and the ammonite pavement — a limestone layer packed full of ammonite fossils — draws visitors to Monmouth Beach to the west of town.

Lyme Regis’ position on the Jurassic Coast — the only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site in England — provides easy access to nearly 100 miles of towering cliffs and hidden coves, from Golden Cap's epic views to the red rocks at Beer. Back in town, stone cottages and colourful shop fronts line Broad Street, and traditional pubs serve up platters of cold-water prawns and locally harvested oysters.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Lyme Regis

Lyme Regis has a Mediterranean climate, with temperatures often much higher than in other parts of the country. If you’re hoping to take in some of this famous coastline in British sunshine, it’s best to book your Lyme Regis holiday letting between June and October, when rainfall is at a minimum and temperatures are relatively warm. The summer season is kicked off with the weekend music festival Jazz Jurassica in May and finishes with the Food Rocks Festival in September, which showcases local seafood and other ingredients. When long summer days turn to crisp autumn ones, temperatures start to dip and the chance of rain increases. But a cold-weather coastal trip to Lyme Regis can be just as enjoyable if you bundle up and refuel with cosy pub lunches by the fire.


Top things to do in Lyme Regis

The Cobb

Built to protect the town from the elements, Lyme Regis’ curved harbour is a popular meeting point on summer evenings when families tuck into traditional fish and chips in the sea air. Many fishermen from the local area still head out from here on a regular basis, and trips for mackerel, deep-sea excursions, and sightseeing tours are available to visitors. You can also hop on a rigid inflatable boat (RIB) for an adrenaline rush on a 30-minute speed ride or a more sedate cruise.

The Undercliffs National Nature Reserve

Get a taste of the untamed beauty of the Jurassic Coast at the Undercliffs National Nature Reserve. Pass the Cobb and keep walking until you reach the sign for the South West Coast Path, or access the reserve from the top of town. A rugged coastline of chalk and sandstone sits alongside dense woodland and a variety of wildlife. Spring sees carpets of bluebells and daffodils unfurl amongst the trees.

The Town Mill

Find this ancient working watermill at the end of Mill Lane, past rows of pastel-hued cottages. Since the 1300s, this building has been providing the town and surrounding area with flour. Now run as a charitable trust, the complex has expanded to become a hub for local creative businesses. You can check out work by the town’s artists, pick up treats baked on-site, and even sample a beer from the brewery. Tours of the mill are available, but they must be booked in advance.

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